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Drone business can boost Australian economy; How Aerologix can lead from the front

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Highlights

  • The expansion of the drone industry and related benefits such as cost savings and better productivity have great potential to boost the Australian economy over the next decade and so.
  • As per a 2020 report by Deloitte, the uptake of drone technology can lead to a rise of AU$14.5 billion in GDP over the next two decades.
  • The use of drone technology in different industries can generate approximately 5,500 full-time equivalent jobs on average per annum (2020-2040).
  • Aerologix has grown over the years to become one of the best drone networks and aerial imaging solutions providers in Australia.
  • Many giants involved in the aerospace sector, logistics providers, automobile manufacturers, and other big sectors are investing billions of dollars in aerial vehicles.

Drone or an unmanned aerial vehicle is fast becoming the talk of the town across the globe for its non-conventional technology features. The expansion of the drone industry and related benefits such as cost savings and better productivity from the technology, across a range of sectors hold immense potential to aid the Australian economy over the next decade and so. Let us have a look at how the drone and its services could contribute to the Australian economy in the future.

Economic benefits of drones in Australia

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In October 2020, the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications (DITRDC) commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to explore and find out how drones can benefit the country economically. Findings of the report suggest that the uptake of drone technology may lead to:

  • An AU$14.5-billion rise in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) over the next two decades – of which AU$4.4 billion would be in regional areas across Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria.

The Australian drone industry has immensely benefitted from its drone-friendly regulations, development and testing BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight), and an overwhelming response from end-use sectors for its services. Complemented by drone usage, infrastructure and innovation, Australia continues to be one of the pioneers in the drone industry globally.

Against this backdrop, we would like to introduce our readers to one of Australia’s largest, reliable and fast-growing drone services providers, Aerologix.

Also read: How does Aerologix cut above the rest of Australian drone players?

Aerologix: A prominent firm working in line with prospective goals

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Aerologix Pty Ltd has grown over the years to become one of the best drone networks and aerial imaging solutions providers in Australia. Aerologix offers a ‘uber-for-drones’ solution, leveraging its cutting-edge proprietary technology to connect licensed pilots and clients on critical aerial missions.

Aerologix has developed AI-powered tech features that empower its drone pilots to deliver projects in time and with utmost accuracy. These features ensure a successful execution of aerial missions with complete client satisfaction.

Despite application of the latest tech products, Aerologix offers fast-paced data capture and delivery at a nominal cost. It has been expanding its client base with numerous big infrastructure customers to provide 3D data for their telecommunication tower assets.

Do read: Aerologix masters Australian airspace with in-house trailblazing technology

A global thrust in interest in drone technology…

Numerous giants involved in the aerospace sector, logistics providers, automobile manufacturers, multinational tech conglomerates as well as start-ups, are making huge investments worth billions of dollars in Unmanned Aircraft Traffic Management (UTM) systems, drones, and several other segments of the related aerial system.

By late 2020s, it is expected that drones would find application in a variety of sectors of the Australian market, such as urban mobility, e-commerce deliverables, government, and community services, including disaster management and monitoring, emergency ambulance responses, border patrol, local law enforcement, fire response, search and rescue, mapping and research and conservation management.

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